Inside the technology giving Alabama a competitive edge
By JERRY WU on 16 July 2017
Ask anyone http://bylonieminelo.pl/forum/viewtopic.php?f=104&t=81322 what moment from the http://forum.himym.cz/viewtopic.php?f=22&t=33488&p=74489#p74489 2015 College Football http://www.bloggerfree.com/forum/topic/176110 Playoff national http://ajz.ch/community/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=26671&p=49417#p49417 championship game sticks out to them and they would likely say http://www.bsf-clan.de/index.php?forum-showposts-4271-p16#8545 the onside kick that http://liyu023.forumcity.com/viewtopic.php?p=15553#15553 swung the momentum in Alabama's favor. It was surprising, gutsy and http://forum.ebookeater.cz/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=126203 so incredibly perfect.

But present http://www.bsf-clan.de/index.php?forum-showposts-4271-p16#8563 the same question to http://forums.getasecondopinion.org/yaf_postsm38477_Dan-Skuta-s-addition-makes-Bears-linebacker.aspx#post38477 the principal figures http://liyu023.forumcity.com/viewtopic.php?p=15557#15557 attached to the Crimson Tide's medical and http://gifted.simpel.si/forum/topic/1567 training staffs and they'll all give a http://friendsmaker.dk/member/blog_post_view.php?postId=133894 different answer. They'll http://amusecandy.com/forum/topic/90545 mention the 95-yard kickoff http://gamersconnect.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=81813 return by Kenyan http://nowals.ru/forum/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=16414 Drake that pushed Alabama's http://www.surebaby.com/community/forum/id_11648-bengals-qb-andy-dalton-likes-look-of-new-offensive/ lead into the double http://www.aics.wix.ph/forum/topic/111683 digits during the fourth http://forum.azimut-vt.ru/viewtopic.php?p=16829#16829 quarter of a 45-40 http://cylindrymiarowe.pl/forum/topic/64832 victory over Clemson. To them, it was validating, gratifying and inspiring.

In a span of 14 seconds -- the time it took Drake to catch the ball, begin his run, make a hard cut to his left, outrace the coverage to the far http://www.blutbanner.net/forum/read.php?4,80292 sideline, jet upfield and eventually dive across the goal line -- Alabama team physician Norman Waldrop and his colleagues had witnessed technology's impact on college football's most prominent football program.

As Drake was making his mad dash to the end zone, a small 3.8-inch device housed in the back of the running back's shoulder pads captured him sprinting at a top-end speed of 22.05 miles per hour. Drake had never run that fast, not even before the gruesome left-ankle injury he suffered against Ole Miss in October 2014. In fact, no Tide player had reached that velocity in the previous two years.


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